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Christine M. Jacobsen

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Christine M. Jacobsen is the Director of the Centre for Women's and Gender Research at the University of Bergen and a Professor of Social Anthropology working mainly in the fields of gender studies and international migration and ethnic relations. From 2010-2011 she served as the Research Director of the Bergen Migration Research Unit, IMER Bergen

Currently, Jacobsen heads a 3 year  research project funded by the Research Council of Norway, Waiting for an uncertain future: the temporalities of irregular migration (WAIT), and a WP on vulnerability and the governance of international protection in the EU-financed project PROTECT: The Right to International Protection. A Pendulum between Globalization and Nativization?. Based on ethnographic fieldwork with irregularized migrants in Marseille, Jacobsen is currently writing a book with the working title Un/documented lives in Marseille.

Jacobsen’s work on irregularized migration also includes the project Provision of welfare to irregular migrants, which she headed from 2011 – 2015. PROVIR investigated the complex relationship between law, institutional practice, and irregular migrants’ lived experience in Norway. Some of the major findings from the project are presented in the co-edited volume Eksepsjonell velferd: Irregulære migranter i det norske velferdssamfunnet

Jacobsen has worked for a number of years on gendered religious traditions, identities and practices among Muslims in France and Norway, in a context of international migration, globalization and secular modernity. In 2011, she published Islamic Traditions and Muslim Youth in Norway (Brill), and co-edited a special issue of Feminist Review on "Islam and Gender in Europe: Subjectivities, Politics & Piety". Within the frames of the  RCN-funded project Secularism and Religious freedom in the Global Era (REGREL), Jacobsen shifted attention from ‘religious traditions’ to ‘secular formations’; looking at gender and sexuality in the legal and para-legal government of religious practices (such as female covering) in Norway and France. 

Jacobsen has also worked on Prostitution, Gender and Migration (PROGEMI), and on transnationalism and political mobilisation among young adults of minority background (TRANSNAT).

‘Waitinghood and acceleration: the temporalities of un/documented lives in Marseille’, at the Conference Staying, Moving, Settling, European Association of Social Anthropologists Conference. 14-17 Aug.

'Waiting between hope and violence' (with Drangsland, Kari-Anne) Paper presented at the Conference The Social Life of Time: Power, Discrimination and Transformation, University of Edinburgh, 5-7 juni. Session 7: in Backdoor Broadcasting: Academic Podcasts. Access: https://backdoorbroadcasting.net/archive/audio/2018_06_07/2018_06_07_SLoT_Christine_Jacobsen_talk.mp3

'Waiting for an Uncertain Future: The Temporalities of Irregular Migration and Asylum Policymaking', paper presented at the Conference Whither European asylum policy? A pendulum between universalisation and re-nationalisation, Organized by the Faculty of Social Sciences, the Strategic Working Group of Leaders for Global Challenges at the University of Bergen and the University of Bergen's Brussels office. 

Presentation of the research project 'WAIT- Waiting for an uncertain future: The temporalities of irregular migration' at the Health Care for Undocumented Migrants, Nordic Seminar 4th-5th of May 2018, Bergen, Norway.

'The Transformative Effects of Migration on Gender in Politics and Society' at The Transformative Consequences of International Migration symposium 9 March, 2018, organised by UiB Research Unit on International Migration and Ethnic Relations (IMER Bergen) in collaboration with Global Challenges, University of Bergen.

'Dieu vous le rendra: Caring for Others and the Self in the Context of 'Migration Crisis' and 'Secular Suspicion', invited paper Presented at the Conferenence Muslim Care Beyond the Self: Ethics of Care among Muslims and their Neighbours, the Anthropology Research Program, Aarhus University, 11. December 2017.

'Penser l'attente et la temporalité dans l'immigration irrégulier', presentation by Christine M. Jacobsen and Sandrine Musso in the Seminar Series Frontières, temporalités, matérialités au prisme de la Santé, Centre Norbert Elias, Marseille, 9 November 2017.  

Kjønnsavdelingen episode 5: Migrasjon Er kvinner på flukt ekstra utsatt? Og utgjør innvandring en trussel mot den norske likestillingen? Femte episode av Kjønnsavdelingen tar for seg likestillingsspørsmålet i migrasjon.

"Cross-discipline approaches to migration temporalities", paper presented at Transatlantic Forum, Big Challenges Human Solutions. October 24-25, 2016 The University of Chicago. View the presentation here (starts at 11:51 in the video).

Kva skjer med de som ventar, intervju med På Høyden om prosjektet: Waiting for an uncertain future: the temporalities of irregular migration

Podcast: 'Provision of welfare to irregular migrants: exploring the borders of the Norwegian welfare state'. Jacobsen, Bendixsen and Karlsen outline findings from the project PROVIR, examining the access to welfare and its limitations for irregular migrants in Norway. Part of the COMPAS Seminar Series Trinity 2014- Borders of the welfare state: Exploring the tensions between migration enforcement and welfare state entitlements

 I lovens skygge. Irregulære migranter har svakt rettsvern i Norge.

 Nye stemmer utfordrer, intervju om boka Kritiske hendelser - nye stemmer.

 Doktorgrad på unge norske muslimer

 

 

Books and edited volumes:  

*Eksepsjonell velferd? Irregulære migranter i det norske velferdssamfunnet (redigert sammen med Synnøve S.N. Bendixsen and Karl Harald Søvig). Oslo: Gyldendal akademiske, 2015

*Nye stemmer – kritiske hendelser: Politisk engasjement og transnasjonal orientering i det nye Norge (samforfattet med M. Andersson, J. Rogstad, V. Vestel). Oslo: Universitetsforlaget , 2012

*Islam and Gender in Europe: Subjectivities, Politics &Piety, Special Issue of Feminist Review(co-edited with Schirin Amir-Moazami and Maleiha Malik), 98(2), 2011

*Islamic Traditions and Muslim Youth in Norway. Leiden: Brill, 2011.

*Staying on the Straight Path. Religious Identities and Practices among Young Muslims in Norway.   Doctoral Dissertation, 2006, University of Bergen.

 *Tilhørighetens mange former. Unge muslimer i Oslo. Oslo: Unipax. 2002.

Journal articles:  

-“'Look into My Eyes': Music, Religion, and the Politics of Muslim Youth in Norway”, (with Viggo Vestel), in Journal of Muslims in Europe, Vol 7(1), March 2018. 'Veiled Nannies and Secular Futures in France', Ethnos, 2017 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00141844.2017.1313288

'Gender, sex and religious freedom in the context of secular law', roundtable with Jacobsen, C.M., Fernando, M. & Jakobsen, J. Feminist Review (2016) 113: 93.

"Communicating Irregular Migration", American Behavioral Scientist, 59 (7) 2015: 886-897    

 “Perspectives on gender studies in Denmark, Norway and Sweden” (with Pauline Stoltz, Christine M. Jacobsen, Lena Gemzöe and Margaretha Fahlgren) Rita Bencivenga (ed.) in About Gender – International Journal of Gender Studies 4 (7), 2015

"Citoyen intolerable: tolerance, Islam et homosexualite" (with Randi E. Gressgård). Nordiques 2014 (28): 41-49

"‘Gaza in Oslo’: Social imaginaries in the political engagement of Norwegian minority youth" (with Mette Andersson). In Ethnicities, 12(6), 2012: 821 - 843.

"Troublesome threesome. Feminism, anthropology and Muslim women's piety". Feminist Review, 98(1) 2011: 65-82.

"Islam and gender in Europe. Subjectivities, politics and piety (editorial)" (with Schirin Amir-Moazami and Maleiha Malik). Feminist Review, 98(1) 2011: 1-8.

“Muslim women and foreign prostitutes. Victim discourse, subjectivity and governance” (with Dag Stenvoll), Social Politics, International Studies in Gender, State and Society 17(3) 2010:  270-294.

“‘Reproachable victims’? Representations and self-representations of Russian women in transnational prostitution” (with May-Len Skilbrei), in Ethnos 75(2) 2010: 190-212.

“De l′immigrant au citoyen: la production de “musulmans norvégiens”?, Ethnologie Française 39(2) 2009: 229-239.

“Krevende toleranse. Islam og homoseksualitet”  (with Randi E. Gressgård), Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning 32(2) 2008: 22-40.

“Theory and Politics in Research on Muslim Minorities in Norway”, Journal for the Scientific Study of Islam, 3(2) 2008: 27-52.

“Negotiating Gender: Discourse and Practice among Young Muslims in Norway”, Nordic Journal of Religion and Society, 17(1) 2004: 5-28.

“Questions of Gender in a Multicultural Society” (with Randi E. Gressgård), Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research (NORA) 11(2) 2003: 69-77.

 

Book chapters

"On Feminist Critique and How the Ontological Turn is Queering Anthropology” (m. Annelin Eriksen), in Paul Boyce, EJ Gonzalez-Polledo and Silvia Posocco – (Eds.) Queering Knowledge: Analytics, Devices and Investments after Marilyn Strathern. Routledge: London and New York, 2018.

'The (In)egalitarian Dynamics of Gender Equality and Homotolerance in Contemporary Norway', in Bendixsen, Synnøve, Bringslid, Mary Bente og Vike, Halvard (eds.), Egalitarianism in Scandinavia: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, Palgrave, 2017  

'Begreper og perspektiver i forskning omkring irregulære migranter og velferd', in *Eksepsjonell velferd? Irregulære migranter i det norske velferdssamfunnet (Synnøve S.N. Bendixsen, Christine M. Jacobsen and Karl Harald Søvig). Oslo: Gyldendal akademiske, 2015 

(with Oddbjørn Leirvik) “Norway” in Jørgen S. Nielsen (ed.) Yearbook of Muslims in Europe, Leiden: Brill, 2009, updated 2010, 2011, 2012. 2013.

 “Norway”, in Göran Larsson (ed.) Islam in the Nordic and Baltic countries, London: Routledge, 2009.

“Beyond ′Man′: In Defence of Multidimensional Identities”, in Yngve G. Lithman and Hakan G. Sicakkan (eds.) Envisioning Togetherness: Politics of Identity and Forms of Belonging. Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 2006.

 “Religiosity of Young Muslims in Norway: the Quest for Authenticity”, in Jocelyne Cesari and Sean McLoughlin (eds.) European Muslims and the Secular State, Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005.

 “Muslim GenDerations. Questions of Identity in the Return to Islam”. In Lithman, Y.G. and Andersson, M. (eds.) Youth, Otherness and the Plural City: Modes of Belonging and Social Life, Stockholm: Daidalos, 2005.

“En kvinner er ikke bare en kvinne. Kjønnsproblematikk i et flerkulturelt samfunn” (with Randi E. Gressgård). In Cathrine Holst (red.) Kjønnsrettferdighet. Utfordringer for feministisk politikk. 1. utg. Makt- og demokratiutredningen, Oslo: Gyldendal Akademiske, 2002.

https://uib.academia.edu/ChristineMJacobsen

 

 

Vitenskapelig artikkel
  • 2018. 'Look into my eyes': music, religion, and the politics of Muslim youth in Norway. Journal of Muslims in Europe. 47-72.
  • 2017. Veiled Nannies and Secular Futures in France. Ethnos. 544-566.
  • 2016. Gender, sex and religious freedom in the context of secular law. Feminist Review. 93-102.
  • 2015. Perspectives on gender studies in Denmark, Norway and Sweden. About gender. International journal of gender studies.
  • 2015. Communicating irregular migration. American Behavioral Scientist. 886-897.
  • 2014. Citoyen intolerable: tolerance, Islam et homosexualite. Nordiques. 41-49.
  • 2012. 'Gaza in Oslo': Social imaginaries in the political engagement of Norwegian minority youth. Ethnicities. 821-843.
  • 2011. troublesome threesome: feminism, anthropology and Muslim women's piety. Feminist Review. 65-82.
  • 2010. Reproachable victims? Representations and self-representations of Russian women in transnational prostitution. Ethnos. 190-212.
  • 2010. Muslim Women and Foreign Prostitutes: Victim Discourse, Subjectivity, and Governance. Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State and Society. 270-294.
  • 2010. 'Reproachable Victims'? Representations and Self-representations of Russian Women Involved in Transnational Prostitution. Ethnos. 190-212.
  • 2009. De l'immigrant au citoyen: la production de "musulmans norvégiens"? Ethnologie Française. 229-239.
  • 2008. Theory and Politics in Research on Muslim Minorities in Norway. Tidsskrift for islamforskning. 27-52.
  • 2008. Krevende toleranse: Islam og homoseksualitet. Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning. 22-39.
  • 2004. Negotiating gender: discourse and practice among young muslims in<BR/>Norway. Tidsskrift for kirke, religion og samfunn. 5-28.
  • 2003. Questions of gender in a multicultural society. NORA - Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research. 69-77.
  • 2003. Questions of Gender in a Multicultural Society. Nordic Journal of Women's Studies. 69-77.
  • 2001. Young, Muslim and Woman, Norwegian Style. NIKK magasin. 23-25.
  • 2001. -"Ung, muslim og kvinne på norsk". NIKK magasin.
Rapport
  • 1999. Å vende tilbake til islam. Islamisering, kjønn og identitet i en fransk kontekst. .
  • 1999. Å vende tilbake til islam. Islamisering, kjønn og identitet i en fransk kontekst. 21. 21. .
  • 1999. Å vende tilbake til islam. Islamisering, kjønn og identitet i en fransk kontekst. .
Faglig foredrag
  • 2015. BT Allmenningen: Etter Terroren.
  • 2015. (Mis)recognizing Muslims in Europe.
Populærvitenskapelig foredrag
  • 2015. Tilslørte barnepiker: Religionsfrihet og sekularisme på fransk.
  • 2012. Kritiske hendelser – nye stemmer!
  • 2012. Kritiske Hendelser – Nye Stemmer.
  • 2011. Åpningsforedrag til utstillingen Empire’s Borders I og II/Factory av den Taiwanske kunstneren Chen Chieh-Jen.
  • 2011. Hijab - krav, plikt eller rettighet.
  • 2006. Å forske på ungdom og islam.
  • 2004. Det likestilte Norge sett utenfra -8. mars ved Universitetet i Bergen.
  • 2002. Muslimer i Norge.
  • 2002. Muslimer i Norge.
  • 2002. "Muslimske familier i Norge".
  • 2001. "Kjønn og likestilling i innvandringsdebatten".
Vitenskapelig foredrag
  • 2019. Roundtable: Creativity, Resistance, and Change in Times of Crises: Who is the Subject Speaking? .
  • 2016. Gender equality and homotolerance in bordering processes and citizenship politics.
  • 2015. Migrant Illegality.
  • 2015. Encounters between Nordic health, welfare and the global – Challenges and possibilities.
  • 2014. ‘Migrant illegality’ and the navigation of interior borders in the city of Marseille.
  • 2014. Regulating religion in secular Europe – Criminalizing religious practice?
  • 2014. Provision of Welfare to Irregular Migrants: Exploring the borders of the Norwegian Welfare State.
  • 2014. Protecting the children of the Republic: 'Les affairs du foulard' continued.
  • 2014. Precarious inclusion: Provision of welfare to irregular migrants in Norway.
  • 2014. Illegalisert migrasjon og grensers de- og re-naturalisering.
  • 2014. Gendered Citizenship Seen Through French Legal Bans on Muslim Women’s Coverings.
  • 2014. Fromhet og identitetspolitikk: Islam I Norge.
  • 2013. The production of 'illegality', deportable subjects and sick bodies: Tunisian migration to Marseille after the Jasmine Revolution.
  • 2013. The production of 'illegality', deportable subjects and sick bodies: Tunisian migration to Marseille after the Jasmine Revolution.
  • 2013. Papirløse og velferdsstatens grenser.
  • 2013. Notes towards a comparision of "religious freedom" and "the Muslim question" in France and Norway.
  • 2013. Islamic Traditions and Muslim Youth in Norway: Politics, Piety, Subjectivities.
  • 2013. I velferdsstatens grenseland: «Irregulær migrasjon» som utfordring for velferdsforskning og velferdspolitikk.
  • 2013. Helse i Velferdsstatens grenseland.
  • 2013. De-naturalizing difference: Challenging the production of global social inequality.Begrepsdiskusjon.
  • 2013. Critical events and transnational social imaginaries in the political engagement of Norwegian minority youth.
  • 2013. "The concept of 'Religion' in the project “Regulating Religion: Religious freedom and secularism in the Global Era.
  • 2013. "La loi anti-nounous voilée”: Religious freedom in the problem space of French secularism.
  • 2012. Mourning and belonging: The becoming political of irregularized migrants in Norway.
  • 2012. Mourning and belonging: The becoming political of irregularized migrants in Norway.
  • 2012. Becoming worthy citizens: the destabilization and re-inscription of citizenship boundaries.
  • 2011. “Choosing what is good and collecting religious reward”.
  • 2011. Transnational networks, national democracies: Political mobilisation and engagement among young adults of immigrant background.
  • 2011. Sexual politics and the governement of Islam in Europe.
  • 2011. Provision of Welfare to Irregular Migrants.
  • 2011. Intolerable Citizens: Tolerance, Islam and Homosexuality.
  • 2011. Intolerable Citizens: Tolerance, Islam and Homosexuality.
  • 2011. Intolerable Citizens: Tolerance, Islam and Homosexuality.
  • 2009. Demanding secularism: tolerance, Islam and homosexuality.
  • 2009. Demanding secularism: tolerance, Islam and homosexuality.
  • 2008. The Production of ’Norwegian Muslims’”: From Immigrants to Citizens?
  • 2008. Resisting victimhood: Russianwomen in transnational prostitution.
  • 2008. Nadia and Natacha: Female Victimhood in Norwegian Gender Constructions.
  • 2008. Muslimsk ungdom: religion, nettverk og essensialisme.
  • 2008. Muslim Women and ForeignProstitutes: Female Victimhood in Norwegian Gender Constructions.
  • 2008. Krevende toleranse: Islam og homoseksualitet.
  • 2008. Kjønn som over- og underbelyst tema i forskningen på islam i Norge.
  • 2008. Introduction to New perspectives on Secularism and the Secular.
  • 2007. Shaping the Future of Islam in Norway: Religious Revival and Identity Politics among Muslim Youth and Students in Oslo.
  • 2007. Religiøs identitet og praksis blant unge muslimer i Norge.
  • 2007. Nadias and Natashas: Female victimhood at the discursive margins of Scandinavian gender constructions.
  • 2007. Nadia og Natasha: Grenser for norsk kvinnelighet.
  • 2007. Islam, Feminism and Anthropology. Grappling with Muslim religious identities and practices.
  • 2007. Hvordan skal vi tenke forholdet mellom feminisme, multikulturalisme og anti-rasisme?
  • 2007. Feminist Contentions: Challenges in Theorizing Muslim Women’s Religious Identities and Practices.
  • 2007. Challenging Methodological Nationalism: Theory and Politics in Research on Muslim Minorities.
  • 2006. Essentialism and Non-Essentialism.
  • 2006. "Second generation Muslims in France and Norway: Differences and commonalities with regard to issues, fractions, discourses".
  • 2004. Representing Islam": essentialising practices among young Muslims in Oslo.
  • 2004. Negotiating Gender: Discourses and Practices Among Young Muslims in a Scandinavian City.
  • 2004. Hijab og regjering i et historisk perspekt.
  • 2003. Unge muslimer i Norge: forhandlinger om kjønn og religion.
  • 2002. Questions of Gender in a Multicultural Society.
  • 2002. "Diskurser om autentisitet og autonomi blant unge muslimer i Oslo".
  • 2001. "Tilhørighetens mange former: Unge muslimer i Norge".
  • 2001. "Contested Identities: Discourses of Authenticity and Autonomy among Muslim Youth in Oslo".
  • 2000. ”Fundamentalister, apostater eller kontekstualister? Unge muslimer i Oslo”.
  • 2000. "Kjønn som multikulturelt dilemma".
  • 2000. "Feminisme og multikulturalisme".
  • 2000. "Er multikulturalisme bra for kvinner?".
  • 1999. ”Emerging Forms of Belonging among Muslim Youth in the Plural City”.
  • 1999. Muslim Genderations. Questions of Identity in the Return to Islam.
  • 1999. Emerging Forms of Belonging among Muslim Youth in the Plural City.
  • 1999. Andregenerasjonen som indikator på sosial og kulturell forandring.
Annet produkt
  • 2012. Demokratiboden - ein av 3 stands frå SV fakultetet under Forskingsdagane 2012.
Leder
  • 2011. Islam and gender in Europe: subjectivities, politics and piety. Feminist Review. 1-8.
Anmeldelse
  • 2007. Powers of the secular modern. Talal Asad and his interlocutors. Norsk Antropologisk Tidsskrift. 314-316.
Vitenskapelig antologi/Konferanseserie
  • 2015. Eksepsjonell velferd? Irregulære migranter i det norske velferdssamfunnet. Gyldendal Juridisk.
Vitenskapelig monografi
  • 2012. Kritiske hendelser - Nye stemmer. Politisk engasjement og transnasjonal orientering i det nye Norge.
  • 2011. Islamic Traditions and Muslim Youth in Norway. 10.
  • 2002. Tilhørighetens mange former. Unge Muslimer i Norge.
Mastergradsoppgave
  • 2014. Expectations and Experiences: Living with a negative in a Norwegian reception centre.
  • 2014. Barn av irregulære migranter og skolen. Ulikhet og ekskludering i møte med likhet og inkludering.
Populærvitenskapelig artikkel
  • 2007. Young Muslims Critical of Patriarchal interpretations of Islam. NIKK magasin.
  • 2007. Unge norske muslimer om kjønn og likeverd. NIKK magasin. 19-21.
  • 2001. "Young, Muslim and Woman, Norwegian style". NIKK magasin.
Doktorgradsavhandling
  • 2015. Precarious inclusion. Irregular migration, practices of care, and state b/ordering in Norway.
  • 2006. Staying on the Straight Path. Religious Identities and Practices among Young Muslims in Norway.
Intervju
  • 2017. Flere vil studere kjønn.
  • 2015. Bekymret for at ‘muslim’ blir viktigere enn ‘norsk’.
  • 2015. 4 år med niqabforbud i Frankrike.
  • 2013. Opptøyene i Oslo vekket unge muslimer politisk.
  • 2012. Young Muslims in Oslo: From Riots to Responsibility.
  • 2008. Hiphop på norske muslimers iPod.
  • 2007. Kjønnsrettferdighet i Profetens ånd.
  • 2006. Intervju i Morgenbladet.
  • 2006. Doktorgrad på unge norske muslimer: På vei til en transnasjonal islam.
  • 2003. Skaut er ikke undertrykking.
  • 2003. "La oss velge selv".
  • 2001. "Koranen som forhandlingskort".
Programledelse
  • 2012. Teorier og politikk: Fortellinger om multikulturalismens død.
Programdeltagelse
  • 2008. Intervju i verdibørsen.
  • 2002. Intervju om boka Tilhørighetens mange former: Unge muslimer i Oslo.
Vitenskapelig Kapittel/Artikkel/Konferanseartikkel
  • 2019. On feminist critique and how the ontological turn is queering anthropology. 20 sider.
  • 2017. The (in)egalitarian dynamics of Gender Equality and Homotolerance in Contemporary Norway. 24 sider.
  • 2015. Begreper og perspektiver i forskningen om irregulær migrasjon og velferd. 22 sider.
  • 2013. Norway. 14 sider.
  • 2010. Norway. 13 sider.
  • 2009. Norway. 10 sider.
  • 2006. “Beyond 'Man': In Defence of Multidimensional Identities”.
  • 2005. Religiosity of young Muslims in Norway: the quest for authenticity. 14 sider.
  • 2005. Muslim GenDerations. Questions of Identity in the Return to Islam. 20 sider.
  • 2002. En kvinne er ikke bare en kvinne. Kjønnsproblematikk i et flerkulturelt samfunn. 37 sider.
Populærvitenskapelig kapittel/artikkel
  • 2012. Norway, Muslim Populations. 441-454.
Fagartikkel
  • 2015. Kjønnsforskning på tvers. Forskerforum. 38-39.

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Advisory board member Temporary Protection as a durable sollution. The 'return turn' in asylum policies in Europe (TemPro), Chr Michelsen Institute. 

Council member, Centre for Women's and Gender Research (SKK), UiT, The Artic University of Norway

Associate researcher at the Migration and Health Project Southern Africa (maHp), University of Wittswatersrand, South Africa (2017 -)

Editorial board Theorizing Ethnography: Concept, Context, Critique (2017 - )

Editorial Board Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning (2014 - 2016)

Editorial board Nordic Journal of Migration Research (2011 - 2014)

Board member and associate researcher Centre on Law and Social Transformation (2016 - )

Board member and associate researcher IMER Bergen (2013 - )

Director IMER Bergen (2010 - 2012)

Board member in NMR Nordic Migration Research (2011 - 2014)

Board member in NMF - Norwegian Network of Migration Research (2011 - 2014)

Steering committee member in the International Metropolis Project (2010 - 2014)

WAIT WAiting for an uncertain future: the temporalities of irregular migration (Research Council of Norway)

PROTECT: The Right to International Protection. A Pendulum between Globalization and Nativization? (EU, Horizon 2020)

Native/Immigrant/Refugee: Crossings (Peder Saether Grant)

New tools for transnational analysis in postgraduate intersectional gender research - Towards long-term international collaborations in Doctoral and Postdoctoral training (STINT)

Denaturalizing difference: Challenging the production of global social inequality (Research Council of Norway)

Migration and Health Project Southern Africa, Associate

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